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    03/12/2024

    ALEXANDER MCQUEEN Retail Merchandiser, Handbags, Women's Shoes & Accessories

    Alexander McQueen - Regular
    NEW YORK - United States of America

    Alexander McQueen is a British luxury fashion house founded by Lee Alexander McQueen in 1992. In 2001, the house joined the Kering Group and, since December 2023, is under the creative direction of Seán McGirr. Alexander McQueen is distinctive for an expression of individuality, subversive strength and raw power. With a design studio and atelier based in London, the house is known for uncompromising quality and creative vision.

    At Alexander McQueen, we live and breathe a culture defined by our key Behaviors:

    • Empowerment – We empower our team and peers, providing unwavering support to ensure everyone can thrive; this means giving support to your team and those you are working with to succeed.
    • Teamwork – We put an emphasis on Teamwork; this means working together as a collective to achieve shared goals.
    • Respect – We value respect, treating everyone with dignity and showing genuine appreciation for their efforts: this means treating everyone equally.
    • Kindness – We believe kindness is integral to everything we do; this means demonstrating compassion and empathy towards others.  

    How will you contribute?

    Alexander McQueen is currently looking for a talented & analytical Retail Merchandiser, Women’s LLG, Shoes & Accessories based in our New York Corporate Office. 


    This role is responsible for overseeing the Americas Stores (USA and Canada).  Main responsibilities include curating the seasonal buys, assortment by door, managing stock inclusive of seasonal, carryover, and markdown, building business plans to achieve sales targets, and acting as a “brand ambassador” to inspire the teams and embrace the strategic vision.

    • Review OTB with VP, Merchandising
    • Define and present assortment and buying strategy
    • Work with Visual Merchandising to define display strategy 
    • Detailed order review: ensuring coherence and respect of core offer and buying strategy, analysis of buys studying past sales and current buy mix vs. sales mix to identify any risks and growth potential
    • Develop content for and present buy debrief to the VP, Merchandising  
    • Define launch calendar and strategies
    • Lead cross departmental and regional meetings with Product Merchandising, Sales & Demand Planning, VM, Retail, and Communications
    • Analyze sales performance to recap to VP, Merchandising
    • Benchmark and recap product feedback
    • Lead dedicated trainings to reinforce product knowledge of key priorities in partnership with Retail and Product Merchandising
    • Review monthly reorder needs, defining product range and quantities
    • Challenge network on sell-through and stock re-balancing
    • Identify opportunities for regional and local stock transfers
    • Challenge the supply chain teams to ensure there are sufficient quantities of permanent product for your category in network of stores
    • Support the VP, Merchandising in reviewing Markdown and RTV lists

    Required Skills:

    • Excellent organizational, interpersonal and communication skills.
    • Minimum of 3 years of previous merchandising/buying experience
    • Capable to travel domestically and internationally approximately 2-3 weeks per quarter
    • Demonstrate ability to adapt, strong knowledge of luxury market/products and philosophy of the brand
    • Exemplary verbal and written communication skills
    • Maintain a clear sense of urgency by effectively prioritizing multiple projects
    • Proficient computer skills including Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint as well as strong knowledge of retail math
    • Manage sales and stock to support financial targets
    • Partner closely with supply chain and merchandise planners to maximize opportunities and minimize risk
    • Build strong relationships with regional partners, corporate partners, and HQ London
    • Partner regularly with store teams, and throughout market process and special events
    • Travel to key markets to engage and inspire store teams

    Salary Range: $110,000 – $120,000

    Kering is committed to building a diverse workforce. We believe diversity in all its forms – gender, age, nationality, culture, religious beliefs and sexual orientation – enriches the workplace. It opens up opportunities for people to express their talent, both individually and collectively and it helps foster our ability to adapt to a changing world. As an Equal Opportunity Employer, we welcome and consider applications from all qualified candidates, regardless of their background.

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